The shutdown will start on Sunday, Oct. 1, if Congress doesn’t reach a deal before that deadline.
Previously, people have mainly homeschooled for religious reasons. But parents are now citing a variety of reasons for taking kids out of traditional classrooms.
Andrew Leland’s memoir chronicles the way a degenerative eye disease affects his relationship with the world.
Everything you need to know to get ready for the fair, which runs Sept. 29-Oct. 22.
But Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar’s office stood by the decision to suspend pay.
Air conditioning feels like a must-have in brutally hot Texas. For renters, legally, it’s not — at least not everywhere in the state.
Houston Public Media reporters measured wet bulb globe temperatures for “Hot Stops.”
How are Texans with disabilities building lives of independence and dignity, and participating in the culture of our state? How does public policy offer support – or create barriers?
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